The coastal connection between Milos and Kimolos is almost daily. The small distance of these two islands allows connection with both conventional ships and smaller ships of the sea taxi type.

From Milos, you can go to Kimolos from two ports. You can take the boat from Adamas of Milos and get to the island. From the port of Adamas, the largest conventional ships depart and the connection is formed by the inter-cycladic coastal connection and the connection with the larger central ports (Piraeus-Lavrion).

In Kimolos via Milos, you can also go from Pollonia port of Milos. Pollonia is the northern port of Milos and from here, ferries depart daily for the island of Kimolos.

The port of Kimolos, Psathi, accepts in both cases the ships that approach the island. In the summer and due to the great tourist flow, we also find smaller boat schedules. Small speed boats and boats approach the island in an effort to provide more flexibility and, of course, greater service to the public and visitors.

The port of Chimos, Psathi, accepts in both cases the ships that approach the island. In the summer and due to the great tourist flow, we also find smaller boat schedules. Small speed boats approach the island in an effort to provide more flexibility and, of course, greater service to the public and visitors.

The biggest advantage of the Milos-Kimolos ferry connection is that Milos has an airport. So if you want to visit Kimolos for a shorter trip, there is also the choice of travelling by airplane. You will have to first fly to Milos and then take a boat to Kimolos.

Milos Airport is just a few kilometers from Adamas Port. A very important point is the fact that the port of Milos is a hub for both the intra-Cycladic coastal connection and the connection with other Aegean islands. In case you prefer the airline connection, you can book your air ticket here.